Any violation of a restraining order leads to the arrest of the person named in the order, notes Legal Match. As soon as the order is violated, the holder of the order must call the police. The restrained person is taken to jail and booked on either a misdemeanor or felony charge. At a subsequent court hearing, a judge decides if there has been a legal violation of the order.Continue Reading
If the person being restrained is convicted of violating an order of protection, she is fined or sentenced to jail time. According to information obtained from the Judicial Council of California, the holder of the order has the option to file a civil contempt of court. This gives the restrained person the right to legal representation in order to avoid conviction. If a conviction is won, the restrained person potentially serves jail time for each violation of the order.
The restrained person must understand that an order or protection means that she is not to have any contact with the person that holds the order. The Columbus City Attorney advices that the holder of such an order must not attempt to reason or argue with the restrained person. If the restrained person confronts the holder, the holder is to seek immediate safety and contact police. If a restrained person wishes to have the order lifted, she must seek help through the legal system.Learn more about Crime
Privacy laws vary somewhat between different states, but taking a picture or video of someone without their consent or knowledge in a private residence is an almost-universal example of a violation of privacy. A related violation of privacy would be hacking into a personal account and viewing or distributing material from it, which happened with a number of candid celebrity photos in 2014.Full Answer >
A city ordinance violation is a misdemeanor, which is a crime punishable according to state law, according to Municode. The city ordinance outlines the punishment for the specific violation, not to exceed the provisions of the state's general statutes.Full Answer >
Not paying an MDX toll withcash, toll by plate or using theSunPass system results in an unpaid toll bill that is issued to the owner of the registered vehicle, but no violation is given unless the invoice is not paid in a timely manner. A picture is taken of any vehicle that does not pay the toll when passing, and the license plates are used to locate the registered owner's address so the invoice can be sent directly for the unpaid toll amounts.Full Answer >
According to the Utah State Courts, a Class B misdemeanor includes charges of assault, resisting arrest, DUI, reckless driving, possession of marijuana under 1 ounce, drug paraphernalia, shoplifting (under $300), trespass of a dwelling and public nuisance. Concealed weapon violations and numerous traffic offenses are also Class B misdemeanors.Full Answer >